BULLYING--Not Just a Kid Thing

Cooper, Doug; Snell, Jennie L.
March 2003
Educational Leadership;Mar2003, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p22
Discusses the prevention of bullying among students in the U.S. Actions taken by state legislature to reduce bullying in schools; Information on myths and misconceptions related to bullying; Factors to consider in the development and implementation of strategies to prevent bullying.


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